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Political Props – U.S. Presidential Election Odds

October 16, 2012

The Presidential race is heating up. If you think you know how the outcome of the elections, why not bet and make some $? Bovada published these political prop odds earlier today. Enjoy.

All wagers have action. Applies to the official party of the candidate that wins the most votes in the 2012 presidential election. Others on request.

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Colorado

Democrat -115

Republican -115

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Florida

Democrat +150

Republican -180

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Iowa

Democrat -190

Republican +155

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of New Hampshire

Democrat -250

Republican +195

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of North Carolina

Democrat +275

Republican -350

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Nevada

Democrat -225

Republican +185

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Ohio

Democrat -225

Republican +185

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Virginia

Democrat -105

Republican -125

2012 US Presidential Election – Party to win Popular vote in the state of Wisconsin

Democrat -325

Republican +250

2012 US Presidential Election – Toss-up states won by the Democratic Party

Over 5 (EVEN)

Under 5 (-130)

2012 US Presidential Election – Toss-up states won by the Republican Party

Over 4 (+110)

Under 4 (-140)

All wagers have action. Applies to the following states only: Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, New Hampshire.

2012 US Presidential Election – Who will claim more toss-up states Democrats or Republicans?

Democrats -1½ (-200)

Republicans +1½ (+150)

2012 US Presidential Election – Political Party to win The Popular Vote

Democrats -120

Republicans -110

2012 US Presidential Election – Popular Vote % for Barack Obama

Over 50½ (-110)

Under 50½ (-120)

2012 US Presidential Election – Popular Vote % for Mitt Romney

Over 49½ (-110)

Under 49½ (-120)

2012 US Presidential Election – Winning Party

Democratic Party -210

Republican Party +170

2012 US Presidential Election – Next President of the United States of America

Barack Obama -210

Mitt Romney +170

 

“Obama’s massive lead has slowly dwindled to a close horse race, especially after the last debate dropping from -500 to -210 going into tonight’s much anticipated debate. The next two debates will clearly have an impact on the undecided voters, whether it is enough to put Romney over the top is still to be told, but if Obama has a performance like he did last time I can see Obama going to under -200 for the first time in months.”

-Kevin Bradley, Sports Book Manager bovada.lv

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